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It was a beautiful day Tuesday, but Chicago Police were out in Harold Washington Park monitoring enforcement of Mayor Lightfoot’s executive order closing Chicago Park District park facilities, 

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University of Chicago President Robert Zimmer sent an email Tuesday outlining the “financial implications” of the coronavirus outbreak on the school’s finances and detailing spending freezes and cuts as a result of the pandemic.

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The 73rd edition of the 57th Street Art Fair has been canceled because of the coronavirus outbreak, the fair's planning committee announced Tuesday.

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At the beginning of the week, the University of Chicago’s Office of Civic Engagement (OCE) announced a $2 million relief program across nine South Side community areas to help combat the effects of the coronavirus outbreak. By Friday, a university spokesperson told the Herald, the OCE had al…

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Katie McCarthy (right) joins fellow Northshore Concert Band member Peter Gotsch in a French Horn performance of a Lowell Shaw Bippery in Gotsch’s yard on East 56th Street on April 1. 

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The Walgreens store and pharmacy in the Hyde Park Shopping Center, 1554 E. 55th St., was closed for cleaning Tuesday afternoon. The store had reopened by Wednesday afternoon, though the pharmacy remained closed and was scheduled to reopen Thursday.

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Chicago Public Schools will roll out a remote learning plan on Monday, April 13, with schools setting time that students should spend in structured academic activity by grade level and a wealth of digital instruction for children of all ages.

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Chicago Police Department cruisers block traffic on the southeast corner of E. 53rd Street and S. Cornell Avenue, protecting a white Elantra that had been damaged earlier by another car. Police at the scene said that eyewitnesses had reported to them that a car traveling south on Cornell Ave…

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In response to the coronavirus outbreak, grocery stores around the neighborhood are modifying their hours to accommodate senior shoppers and other vulnerable populations. The Herald will update the below list with any new information.